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Welcome!BARK hike leaders:Tarp TarmacMartin Evanshttp://www.bark-out.orgOnce again the Solo Timber Sale forests are threatened, this time by the Palomar Liquid Natural Gas (LNG) pipeline route.Three hundred year-old giant Douglas firs, a rare remnant in the foothills of Mt. Hood, symbolize the Solo forests. After nearly a decade of fighting the Forest Service, these ancient trees were finally off the chopping block, until now.BIG ENERGY backed LNG projects are aiming to make Oregon the west...
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This week we start off with a powerful piece, Smash ICE, by our newest PepperSpray Collective member, Tacoma Joe. 1) Smash ICE (Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement)It's protesters vs the cops at the Regional Immigration Detention Center in Tacoma, WA. You think the movement's dead? Think again! Heros are on the barricades, calling. This piece goes well beyond being just demonstration footage to bring shocking information about the scope of deportations, and the private company who...
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Dec 13, 2014
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Since 2003 militias known as the Janjaweed under orders from the sudanese government have killed over 200,000 civilians and another 2.5 million have been forced into refugee camps. In a bid to secure their oil interests inside of sudan and chad, many of the worlds major governments pour weapons and cash into the region and remain passive to the growing carnage allowing the violence to spread further into neighboring chad. Frustrated by the situation, in February 2007 Matt Bowen from Canada and...
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As the 10th anniversary of the WTO protests in Seattle approach, we have rooted around in our archives to bring you the 5 original episodes of "Showdown in Seattle," produced at the Seattle Indymedia Center that week. "What Democracy Looks Like" Dec 3, 1999 William Kunsler, great American defense attorney describes Michelangelo's Statue of David as unique because it captures the moment of decision, not the moment of victory. The first four episodes of "Showdown in...
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It was the moment when a great coalition of the future, the people of the world, united together, first became visible. American labor had seen its factories closed down, jobs exported to more exploitative regions of the world. The third world had felt its own pains, and WTO delegates from those countries knew they were committing their homelands to perpetual poverty if they willingly locked on the shackles of the WTO agreements. Farmers of India were committing mass suicide. Environmentalists...
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It was Wednesday, day 3 of WTO week in Seattle, and day 2 of the Ministerial meetings. Tuesday had been a disaster for the authorities on every level, as wave after wave of activists poured into the town like the Seattle rain that poured from the skies. The WTO had been shut down before it could even open and by Tuesday evening the National Guard had been called out, a large area in downtown Seattle had been designated a political free-fire zone, and public opinion had swung heavily against the...
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"Showdown in Seattle, 5 Days That Shook the WTO" part 2, Nov 30, 99 It was the opening day of the official proceedings. Activists were way better organized, and got up earlier than authorities had expected. Using multiple tactics, including the blockading of the streets leading to the meetings, activists managed to do what they had promised to do, which is keep the meetings from happening. Longshoremen shut down every port on the west coast, Seattle cab drivers went on strike,...
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Part 1 of "SHOWDOWN IN SEATTLE, 5 Days That Shook the WTO" (Nov 29, 1999) Ten years ago the WTO came to Seattle, the only American city with a statue of Lenin, and got run out of town. It was a moment legends are made of, but it was real life. Sixty thousand protesters, all in one way or another saying "shut it down," para-trouped in behind corporate lines, regrouping into alliances and affinity groups. They formed the legions of a political army, with all the division of...
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"Showdown in Seattle, 5 Days That Shook the WTO? part 2, Nov 30, 99 It was the opening day of the official proceedings. Activists were way better organized, and got up earlier than authorities had expected. Using multiple tactics, including the blockading of the streets leading to the meetings, activists managed to do what they had promised to do, which is keep the meetings from happening. Longshoremen shut down every port on the west coast, Seattle cab drivers went on strike, activists...
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Part 1 of ?SHOWDOWN IN SEATTLE, 5 Days That Shook the WTO? (originally produced in the Seattle IMC on Nov 29, 1999) Ten years ago the WTO came to Seattle, the only American city with a statue of Lenin, and got run out of town. It was one of those moments legends are made of, but it was real life. Sixty thousand protesters, all in one way or another saying ?shut it down,? para-trouped in behind corporate lines, regrouping into alliances and affinity groups. They formed the legions of a political...
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Jul 28, 2009
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Continuing our serialization of âThe Leader #17,â Indymedia presents two short videos this week:âCritical Massâ is about the bicycle ride of the same name that regularly occurs all over the country. Produced by PepperSprayâs Lila Kitaeff and Len Davis, this video focuses on the mass bicycle ride, but quickly enough goes to a confrontation between  riders and an auto driver.âVoices of the Veteransâ is a compilation of interviews collected over the last few years with Iraq Veterans ...
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The demand for universal healthcare for all, with âsingle payerâ government administration is sweeping the nation. Recently in Seattle thousands took to the streets to demand single payer health care for all. PepperSpray reporters were there and produced the story that leads off âIndymedia Presents #360.â Every industrial âFirst Worldâ country in the worldâexcept for the USâand many developing nations as well have universal government sponsored healthcare. The US lack of a government...
This week Indymedia presents the June 09 âIndymedia NewsReal.â The âNewsRealâ is a joint effort of Indymedia and  Free Speech TV. The idea is that independent videographers send in their short news videos, which are edited into a monthly show. We carry the resulting show on âIndymedia Presentsâ each month. For more on the âIndymedia NewsRealâ project go to: http://newsreal.indymedia.orgThe runsheet for this month is as follows:6 Years of Saying No To WarProducer: Jacob...
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Jun 9, 2009
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Tamim Ansary is an Afghan/American. He is a lecturer  and author  of 2 books, West of Kabul, East of New York and Destiny Disrupted: A History of the World through Islamic Eyes. This presentation, which he delivered in March at the Veterans For Peace NW Regional Conference, has a clarity we seldom get from officials regarding  Afghanistan. His first hand familiarity with the subject matter makes a difference. His presentation serves as an insiderâs briefing into the situation in...
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Jun 2, 2009
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Write-up for IP 357This week  Indymedia presents a bit of back story for a case that is currently being tried in New York City. Shell Oil is accused of being behind the execution of Ken Saro Wiwa, a Nigerian writer and activist who was tortured and hanged along with  other Nigerian protesters, who had been campaigning against the environmental devastation of the big oil companies who  exploit the Niger Delta. Our piece, called  âCracking Shellâ was filmed a while back and, among...
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Music From the Seattle General Strike It wasnât good enough to shut it down, they said during the Seattle General Strike 90 years ago this year. Strikers shut down the city and then began opening it up again under worker control. What a lesson for today! This week on âIndymedia Presentsâ #353 we bring the viewer the final part of our coverage of the celebration of the Seattle General Strike of 1919. In this segment we focus on music that came out of interviews with participants in that...
âIndymedia Presentsâ #352 features the April 09 edition of âIndymedia NewsReal,â which is a joint production of Free Speech TV and the global Indymedia Center. The contents of this edition of âIndymedia NewsRealâ are as follows:Shake Your Peace Squat, Producer: Hannah Dobbz (killnormal.com/shelter)For political reasons, Gabe Dominguez is squatting an apartment in the  quickly-gentrifying Mission District of San Francisco.Mono Mono On The Border, Producer: Steev Hise...
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Apr 21, 2009
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The recent meeting of the G-20 brought out large numbers of militant protesters. Seems the economic slump may have started in the US, but now has spread world-wide, which has contributed a heavy working class character to the movement against corporate globalization. We start off episode 351 with the G-20, thanks to Franklyn Lopez, then move quickly to UK workers who took over their factory. Just in time for Mayday, Indymedia presents stories of working class heros, locked in dramatic battle...
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Apr 6, 2009
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This is a video titled 'The Situation and Our Tasks'.
Franklyn Lopez never stops amazing. He is so bold, so radical, that he thinks its normal to be that way. And thatâs why we carry his stuff on âIndymedia Presents.â This week we lead off with another episode of Frankâs âItâs the End of the World As We Know It, And I Feel Fine.â He starts with  a report on the worldwide economic revolts,  then turns his unblinking eye to âBailout Blues,â âWall 7 are Free!â âGoreâs Dire Warning,â âWest Bank Food Boycott,â a tribute to Gil...
Beating MalikaSeattle recently made international news when  a jail surveillance video was released which shows two cops attacking and beating a 15 year old girl who was in their custody. The brutality prompted a protest in front of the county courthouse.  PepperSpray was there to get the story, presented here along with the video of the brutality which prompted the protest.Code Pink builds a platform (with Jim Page)The women  of Code Pink went around building a âplatformâ of various...
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2009 marks the 90th anniversary of the Seattle General Strike. This is the second part in a series on that event. This week, Indymedia presents a speech by Howard Kimeldorf, Professor of Sociology, University of Michigan, given at the anniversary celebration held in the Seattle Labor Temple. He describes, to an enthusiastic crowd, a bit of radical Seattle's history, along with the circumstances of the Seattle General Strike, and the syndicalism it exhibited. Recorded live on 2/7/9, his...
Episode 341 of "Indymedia Presents" features the monthly "Indymedia NewsReal" for November 2008 Traces of Collective DispossessionProducer: A-Filmsa-films.blogspot.comLooting, arson and intentional destruction in a Lebanese refugee camp  point to a systematic collective dispossession of the camp's  residents by the Lebanese army.Citizens Band WalmartProducer: Pepperspray Productionswww.peppersprayproductions.orgA satirical, musical take on the history of...
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Feb 24, 2009
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Pepperspray's Randy Rowland remembers the FTA show. Also, Donald Sutherland's recitation at the end of the show is not to be missed.
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Feb 24, 2009
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Since 2003 militias known as the Janjaweed under orders from the sudanese government have killed over 200,000 civilians and another 2.5 million have been forced into refugee camps. In a bid to secure their oil interests inside of sudan and chad, many of the worlds major governments pour weapons and cash into the region and remain passive to the growing carnage allowing the violence to spread further into neighboring chad. Frustrated by the situation, in February 2007 Matt Bowen from Canada and...
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Jan 28, 2009 Indymedia Presents
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PepperSpray producer Tacoma Joe LaSac scores a direct hit this week with "Tyranny of Oil." Joe recorded Antonia's speech, condensed it down to Indymedia Presents time constraints, and b-rolled it so well the piece feels like Ms. Juhasz is narrating the piece. In the current economic melt-down it is important to get a clear assessment of where the players are, and what they are up to. "Tyranny of Oil" does that and more. "Tyranny of Oil" serves as a what-time-is-it...
Topics: oil, Chevron, BP, Exxon, Shell, Texaco, Mobil, Valero, Enron
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Jan 23, 2009 Indymedia Presents
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Tajuan LaBee is the PepperSpray Collective's newest member, and he lost no time finishing his first piece for PepperSpray, which is the lead segment in this week's "Indymedia Presents." He was on hand at Seattle Central Community College when student activists recently staged a counter-recruiting action. His footage forms the basis for "Recrui-ducation." Stopping the flow of recruits into the military remains and will continue to be an important political and practical...
Topics: recruiters, military, Lopez
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Jan 23, 2009 Indymedia NewsReal
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A note from NewsReal's volunteer Pepperspray Productions uploader: This is the final monthly episode of Indymedia US NewsReal. Times have changed in video access since Indymedia helped pioneer independent citizen journalism beginning after the Seattle WTO shutdown in 1999. Thanks to everyone who made this 10 year project in a non-corporate people's media a success. Wishing all past, present and future producers of independent social justice video all our gratitude in forging their many new and...
Topics: immigration, bioengineering, gay, Mexico, border
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Jan 23, 2009 Indymedia Presents
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1) Social InSecurity Produced by longtime pepper producer Patricia Boiko of Winning Pictures, LLC. http://www.winningpicturesllc.com http://www.thecorporalsdiary.com/ 2) Fletch and Friends sing about 'Dubya at the No Blood For Oil gathering. 3) Indymedia Demo Reel "Indymedia Presents" is a 28 minute weekly cable public access program produced on behalf of the Seattle Independent Media Center (IMC) by PepperSpray Productions. "Indymedia Presents" airs in Seattle on Wednesdays...
Topics: Social Security, Bush
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Jan 23, 2009 Indymedia NewsReal
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On NEWSREAL, people -- not corporations -- make the news! Indymedia NewsReal is a monthly compilation of coverage from citizen journalists across the nation. Hi all, It's a very exciting show for September - We have excellent segments from Lebanon, Japan (by way of Seattle), Italy, New York, and Colorado this month. Keep those submissions coming in! We need more segments every month! Thanx for everyone's support and contributions! Steev Hise NewsReal Editor http://www.newsreal.indymedia.org...
Topics: immigrants, sheepherders, G8, Lebanon
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Jan 22, 2009 Indymedia Presents
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Duwamish Tribe http://www.duwamishtribe.org To get this story we went right to the great great grandniece of Chief Seattle. The Duwamish Tribe lived in Seattle long before the settlers thought of naming their new settlement after the Duwamish chief, who signed a treaty with the Territorial Governor, later ratified by Congress, and gave up the land upon which the city now sits. Later, the "Seattlers" burned down the Indian longhouses, and ran the Duwamish out of town. But the Tribe had...
Topics: Seattle, indian, native, longhouse, tribe, Duwamish
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Jan 22, 2009 Indymedia Presents
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Farmworkers and their union, Pineros y Campesinos Unidos del Noreste (PCUN), have long been excluded from the airwaves in Oregon's Willamette Valley. For instance, their money wasn't good enough to buy uncensored radio ads promoting the immigration reform marches on Mayday 2007. On KPCN Radio's 2nd anniversary on the air, PepperSpray revisits the "barn-raising" held to create the low-power FM station for farmworkers in Woodburn, OR. Under the leadership of the Prometheus Radio...
Topics: immigrants, FM, Prometheus, radio, PCUN, farmworkers
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Jan 22, 2009 Atlanta Indymedia
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On the occasion of an Obama presidency, we, as a nation, have an opportunity to examine with uncommon clarity where pockets of racism remain, and what it will take to clean them up. This week Indymedia Presents features a piece done for the Atlanta Indymedia Center by Gary Cameron. He interviews Benetta M Standly of the Georgia ACLU, who tells us about the "Schools to Prison Pipeline" in Georgia, and shows us an actual cog in the mechanism of racism. She describes a situation where...
Topics: schools, prison, racism
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Jan 22, 2009 Indymedia Presents
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This week we bring you 4 short pieces: 1) "Critical Mass" It was a critical moment for Seattle's Critical Mass bicyclists when the driver of a car that was stuck among the bicycles freaked out and ran over a couple riders. Big mistake. The next month as riders massed again, PepperSpray videographer Len Davis was on the scene to capture the footage for this report, edited by Lila Kitaeff. 2) A brief excerpt from a speech given by Antonia Juhasz in Portland, recorded by Jim Lockhart of...
Topics: cooking, vegetarian, bicycles, Juhasz
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Jan 22, 2009 Indymedia Presents
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With the end of the Bush neocon years, the PepperSpray video collective has embarked on a series of programs addressing this question: What is the Current Situation and Our Tasks Ahead? We have been interviewing leaders on the left, getting their perspectives on this critical question, and in the near future we will be bringing you the thoughts of some very thoughtful people. A generation ago there arose on PBS a 13-part TV series called Cosmos. It was the brainchild of Carl Sagan; astronomer...
Topics: cosmos, Sagan
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Jan 22, 2009 Indymedia Presents
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Iraq Veterans Against The War http://ivaw.org Military Families Speak Out http://mfso.org Related Free Speech Websites: Independent Media Center http://www.indymedia.org/en/index.shtml Free Speech TV: http://www.freespeech.org Link TV http://www.linktv.org Democracy Now! http://www.democracynow.org Public Access producers, community screeners, and IMCs (Independent Media Centers) are encouraged to screen or air "Indymedia Presents". To obtain the show on a regular basis, please...
Topics: IVAW, military, soldiers, Iraq, war, resisters
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BARK for Mt. Hood September 2008: Gordon Creek Mushroom HikeBARK Hike leader:Mark DesMaretwww.bark-out.org BARK Hike leader Mark DesMaret takes us on a hike through the fascinating world of edible mushroom hunting. The hikers walk through and discuss actions toward protecting the public national forests of the Gorden Creek Timber Sale.The Gordon Creek Timber Sale is proposed in public forests administered by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM). This proposal is located near the Bull Run...
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Nov 19, 2008 Indymedia
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Topics: media, free speech, obama, riots, RNC, police violence, brutality
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Welcome! BARK hike leaders: Tarp Tarmac Martin Evans http://www.bark-out.org Once again the Solo Timber Sale forests are threatened, this time by the Palomar Liquid Natural Gas (LNG) pipeline route. Three hundred year-old giant Douglas firs, a rare remnant in the foothills of Mt. Hood, symbolize the Solo forests. After nearly a decade of fighting the Forest Service, these ancient trees were finally off the chopping block, until now. BIG ENERGY backed LNG projects are aiming to make Oregon the...
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Nov 17, 2008 Indymedia
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Citizen Journalism Allowing Silenced Voices And Their Story To Be Heard.
Topics: dnc, rnc, media, elections, obama, police, violence, brutality
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Nov 17, 2008 submedia TV
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During the Democratic and Republican 2008 National Conventions, our PepperSpray team linked up with frequent contributor to "Indymedia Presents", Franklin Lopez, creator of "Its the End of the World As We Know It, and I Feel Fine." Together we all worked day and night to cover what was happening in the streets. While reporting on behalf of the people of the United States, two Pepperspray reporters, Lambert Rochfort and Joe LaSac, were wrongfully arrested at the RNC in St....
Topics: dnc, election, mccain, obama, riots, rnc, police, violence, brutality
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Nov 17, 2008 subMedia TV
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During the Democratic and Republican 2008 National Conventions, our PepperSpray team linked up with frequent contributor to "Indymedia Presents", Franklin Lopez, creator of "Its the End of the World As We Know It, and I Feel Fine." Together we all worked day and night to cover what was happening in the streets. While reporting on behalf of the people of the United States, two Pepperspray reporters, Lambert Rochfort and Joe LaSac, were wrongfully arrested at the RNC in St....
Topics: dnc, election, mccain, obama, riots, rnc, police, violence, brutality
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Nov 16, 2008 subMedia TV
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During the Democratic and Republican 2008 National Conventions, our PepperSpray team linked up with frequent contributor to "Indymedia Presents", Franklin Lopez, creator of "Its the End of the World As We Know It, and I Feel Fine." Together we all worked day and night to cover what was happening in the streets. While reporting on behalf of the people of the United States, two Pepperspray reporters, Lambert Rochfort and Joe LaSac, were wrongfully arrested at the RNC in St....
Topics: dnc, election, mccain obama riots rnc police violence brutality
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BARK for Mt. Hood February 2008: Butte Creek Timber Sale & Botany Hike Welcome! Join us on our monthly Bark hike! Learn about the threats facing our ecosystems and what you can do to protect our National Forests. http://www.bark-out.org BARK for Mt. Hood download and podcast available at:http://barkformthood.blip.tv BARK hike leader: Gradey Proctor February 10th, 2008 Hike leader Gradey Proctor is a botanist who studies the flora of Oregon's forests and wildcrafts medicinal and edible...
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Nov 4, 2008 subMedia tv/Indymedia Presents
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PepperSpray wasn't in St. Paul, Minnesota to document the Republicans, or the crimes they have committed. The list is so long and the crimes so bad that even corporate media has been doing that for some time now. Our reporters were getting another story. The powers apparently don't want that story out, and were targeting independent reporting to try to keep that story from getting to the people. Although the arrests and harassment of media is a crime that forms part of the problem, the real...
Topics: DNC, elections, McCain, Obama, riots, RNC, police, violence, brutality
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Oct 19, 2008 subMedia / Pepperspray Productions
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DNC/RNC 2008... subMedia tv on the ground... part 1 of 4 For documentary film, please visit: http://submedia.tv/stimulator/2008/10/06/ground-noise-and-static During the Democratic and Republican 2008 National Conventions, our PepperSpray team linked up with frequent contributor to "Indymedia Presents", Franklin Lopez, creator of "Its the End of the World As We Know It, and I Feel Fine." While reporting on behalf of the people of the United States, two Pepperspray reporters,...
Topics: DNC, RNC, free speech
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PepperSpray' s summer intern, Ericka Ward, produced our lead piece this week. "Solutions, Not Repression" looks at the street vendor's movement in El Salvador. "Free Trade" agreements require the Salvadorian government to crack down on street vendors selling so-called pirated music and software, creating a crisis for thousands of people in the informal sector. "Who's side are you on", the market vendors ask their government, "the big American corporations or...
Topics: El Salvador, WTO, NAFTA, CAFTA, free trade, elections, voting, Earnhardt, Ohio, 2004
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Sep 22, 2008 Indymedia Presents
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Leading off this episode PepperSpray videographer and Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) member Tacoma Joe contributes our latest segment in the "Voice of the Veteran" series with an interview of Army veteran Seth Manzel. Tacoma Joe has been busy, and the rest of the program are pieces from him. They are, in order of appearance: - Army of None - Take Back the Media - End The War (GI Movement) - RNC/DNC call - Celebrity Protests (in this one Joe poses as a foreign journalist, to...
Topics: Army, military, media, war, Iraq, rap
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Sep 9, 2008 Patricia Boiko
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The second in a series by one of our Pepper producers, Patricia Boiko. The first program examined the genocide in Rwanda, and how people heal from a horror like that. This piece looks at the Abatwa people, better known in the US as the Pygmies. The Abatwa, who are the indigenous people of the region, have suffered unspeakably and unnoticed by all except themselves. Traditional hunters, they were kicked off their ancestral lands when that area was made into an animal preserve. The unintended...
Topics: Rwanda, Abatwa, Pygmies, genocide
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Sep 9, 2008 Indymedia NewsReal
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The August Indymedia Newsreal program is looking really good! Things seem to be picking up, though we're still far from having anything like a steady stream of submissions. Please keep keeping the project in mind and keep spreading the word! Thanx for everyone's support and contributions! On NEWSREAL, people -- not corporations -- make the news! Indymedia NewsReal is a monthly compilation of coverage from citizen journalists across the nation. http://www.newsreal.indymedia.org...
Topics: Chiapas, Zapatista, sheepherders, immigrants, media, civil rights
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Aug 22, 2008 Indymedia Presents / submedia tv
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Submedia tv interviews Randy Rowland, co-founder of Pepperspray Productions' "Indymedia Presents". Seattle's WTO Protests As A Lesson For The Role Of Indymedia In An Election Year. "The looming election puts people into political motion but can draw them away from the barricades. The role of independent media can be to tell the "stories of the barricades" to the vast numbers of people who are--thanks to the elections--more interested than usual in the issues. We are the...
Topics: Indymedia, elections, Seattle, WTO, submedia tv
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Aug 22, 2008 Indymedia Presents / submedia tv
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Submedia tv interviews Randy Rowland, co-founder of Pepperspray Productions' "Indymedia Presents". Seattle's WTO Protests As A Lesson For The Role Of Indymedia In An Election Year. "The looming election puts people into political motion but can draw them away from the barricades. The role of independent media can be to tell the "stories of the barricades" to the vast numbers of people who are--thanks to the elections--more interested than usual in the issues. We are the...
Topics: Indymedia, elections, Seattle, WTO, submedia tv
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Aug 14, 2008 Indymedia Presents
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This week on "Indymedia Presents" we turn to the youth, featuring two videos produced as Reel Grrls projects. In the spirit of "Become the Media," we salute Reel Grrls, whose mission is to "empower young women from diverse communities to realize their power, talent and influence through media production." As they point out, by the time a girl is 16 she will have spent more time watching TV than going to school, but only 3% of Hollywood cinematographers are women,...
Topics: FCC, media, consolidation, vampires
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Aug 14, 2008 Indymedia Presents
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"Indymedia Presents" turns to the plight of injured soldiers in a new piece by Arianne Garden Vasquez and Lambert Rochfort, "Disposable Heroes," which looks at the movement to "fund the wounded, not the war." Many an American soldier has felt the inexpressible sense of betrayal when they realize the bitter truth to the saying "used once, then thrown away." If all those yellow ribbon folks really cared about the soldiers they pretend to support, they'd...
Topics: Iraq, military, recruiters, war, wounded
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Aug 11, 2008 Indymedia presents
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Topics: Iraq, soldiers. military, recruiters, war, wounded
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Aug 9, 2008 Indymedia Presents
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On NEWSREAL, people -- not corporations -- make the news! Indymedia NewsReal is a monthly compilation of coverage from citizen journalists across the nation. Please keep sending in submissions and spreading the word to videoactivists you know! http://www.newsreal.indymedia.org http://newsreal.indymedia.org/produceasegmentfaq.html NewsReal is a monthly joint project of Free SpeechTV (http://www.freespeech.org) and the Independent Media Center (http://www.indymedia.org/en/index.shtml )....
Topics: hospitals, labor, squatters, New Orleans, Common Ground, taxes
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Jul 31, 2008 Indymedia Presents
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Tacoma Joe does it again with his latest video report, "Seattle Out & Proud," which examines this year's Gay Pride March, focusing on topics such as the intersection of ethnicity and gender preference. http://www.seattlepride.org Next up is "G-8 Anticapitalista," which explains why regular folks ought to boo the G-8 as a "shadow world government." http://anticapitalistas.net http://theplatform.nuevaradio.org We round up this episode of "Indymedia...
Topics: G-8, gay, indymedia, elections, submedia, WTO
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Jul 31, 2008 Indymedia Presents
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Alrick Brown's name might not be well known to viewers of "Indymedia Presents," but regulars to our show will recognize one of his videos, "The Battle For America Has Begun". We've shown it several times over the last few years. It is the piece that cuts from one speaker to another, across age, race, ethnic, and gender lines, each person speaking one line of a powerful political call to action. We ran across that excellent piece a while back and fell in love with its...
Topics: Diallo, racism, televangelists, First Amemdment, Halleck
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Jul 29, 2008 Indymedia Presents
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At the end of their life, the best you can say about some folks is that they really didn't do much harm, or maybe they were nice to their kids. This week on "Indymedia Presents" we pay tribute to another fallen comrade. Jim Hinde, well known Seattle busker, passed away. Just about anybody who has spent much time in Seattle's open-air public market probably saw Jim playing at one time or another. He entertained, all right, but more to the point, he inspired and influenced many with his...
Topics: Seattle, buskers, activists, war, Iraq, singers, music
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Jul 29, 2008 Indymedia Presents
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Utah Phillips was a personal friend of some of the members of the PepperSpray Collective stretching back almost 30 years. He recently passed away. Radicalized in part because of his experiences as a soldier in the US war against Korea, he went on to become the most famous member of the International Workers of the World (IWW or "Wobblies") in modern times. He was a great storyteller and singer, and a champion of the class struggle. When we got the call that Utah had passed, we dug...
Topic: Utah Phillips, wobblies, IWW, capitalism
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Jul 29, 2008 Indymedia Presents
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First up this week, Olympia, Washington's Citizens Band sings "Wal-Mart" at the Seattle benefit concert for Utah Phillips. htto://www.citizensband.org Next up, Café Conciencia! Coffee with a Conscience "Café Conciencia an international non-profit organization that works in solidarity with worker-owned coffee cooperatives in Guatemala to help them achieve social and economic justice." http://www.cafeconciencia.org Citizen Band is back singing in the spirit of Emma Goldman,...
Topic: Guatemala, Wal-Mart, Emma Goldman, coffee, cooperatives, solidarity
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Jul 26, 2008 Indymedia Presents
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Topics: Guatemala, Wal-Mart, Emma Goldman, coffee, cooperatives, solidarity
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Jul 24, 2008 Indymedia NewsReal
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On NEWSREAL, people -- not corporations -- make the news! NewsReal is a monthly joint project of Free SpeechTV (http://www.freespeech.org) and the Independent Media Center (http://www.indymedia.org/en/index.shtml ). Each program covers actions taken in local communities, by ordinary people, to address critical issues like the war, air and water pollution, reproductive rights, homelessness, for-profit prisons, sweatshops, racism, police brutality, indigenous struggles, and more. Please keep...
Topics: coal, energy, borders, indigenous, immigration, walls
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Jul 8, 2008 Indymedia Presents
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It was a moment without historical precedent, American workers striking against a war that their government is waging. On Mayday this year, the International Longshore & Warehouse Union (ILWU) shut down every port on the west coast of the United Stated--all 26 of them--in opposition to the US war against the people of Iraq. A few weeks back we reported on the struggle of Iraqi labor unions in the Basra area, who are fighting against the privatization of Iraqi ports and oil fields. As US...
Topics: ILWU, Mayday, ports, unions, solidarity, workers, war, Iraq
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Jul 7, 2008 Indymedia Presents
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A SHORT PRIMER ON THE ARMS RACE.
Topics: military, weapons
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May 28, 2008 Indymedia Presents
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Pepperperson Steve Anderson turned in his first "major" piece, so we lead the show off with Steve's report on the Pastors For Peace caravans that break the US blockade of Cuba by taking medical and other needed supplies across the US border on their way to Cuba. Year after year these heros face down the US government as they tour America, gathering the supplies, and then blatantly take another shipment across the border to deliver it to the Cuban people. Steve weaves their story in...
Topics: Cuba, pastors, peace, borders, blockade, Punk, Ritter, Franklin Lopez
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May 28, 2008 NewsReal
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On NEWSREAL, people -- not corporations -- make the news! NewsReal is a monthly joint project of Free SpeechTV (http://www.freespeech.org) and the Independent Media Center (http://www.indymedia.org/en/index.shtml ). Each program covers actions taken in local communities, by ordinary people, to address critical issues like the war, air and water pollution, reproductive rights, homelessness, for-profit prisons, sweatshops, racism, police brutality, indigenous struggles, and more. Please keep...
Topics: trees, ecology, G8, immigrants, borders, ports
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May 17, 2008 Indymedia NewsReal
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Topics: immigration, ICE, tax, media
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May 11, 2008 Indymedia Presents
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Feeling pretty good about having 300 shows under our belt we decided to air a little retrospective... PepperSpray editor Lambert Rochfort stirred up the pot and picked out the good bits and snatches that floated to the top, assembling them into a rollicking compilation of moments to remember from the last 299 shows. There was plenty of good material that should have been included in our 300th show retrospective, but you can only cram so much into 28 minutes! Indymedia was born in the swirling...
Topics: media, independent, alternative, war, peace, justice
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Apr 30, 2008 Indymedia Presents
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OK, we've finally done it. We made a video that supports the enemy. Somebody had to do it, because in Basra, the US government's "enemy" seems to be the people of that southern town and region of Iraq. And not just anybody, and not some dark-of-the-night terrorist militia, but rather the unions of Basra, particularly the oil workers and dock workers unions. It all boils down to this: big oil wants to be the sellers of Iraqi oil, not the buyers. The stakes in Basra are privatization of...
Topics: Basra, iraq, labor, unions, oil, Petraeus, Maliki, ILWU, ports, war, peace
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Apr 29, 2008 Indymedia Presents
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This week we start off with episode #30 of "Its the end of the world as we know it, and I feel fine." The creator of this zaniness, Franklin Lopez, tells it as he seize it, and seize it he does. He starts off with a call for stalwarts to plan on going to the "republicrat" conventions later this year. then he gives us the "riot news," "capitalist pig news" and the like. For more on Franklin, go to http://www.submedia.tv. After shaking it with Franklin, we...
Topics: mumia, rovics, franklin lopez, rovics, franklin lopez
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Bark Hike Leader: Michelle McKenzie Gordon Creek Timber SaleJune 10th, 2007www.bark-out.orgThe Gordon Creek Timber Sale is proposed in public forests administered by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM). This proposal is located near the Bull Run Watershed and is currently home to a diverse and integral forest. This project proposes to log over the intake for the Corbett Water District. The Corbett Water District, as well as the Portland Water District has come out against this project. The...
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Slinky Timber Sale "Victory Hike" July 8th, 2007BARK Hike Leaders: Erin Madden / Charlie Ferrantihttp://www.bark-out.orgJUDGE STOPS LAST PROPOSAL TO CLEARCUT MT. HOOD OLD GROWTHBy Jeff Barnard The Associated Press Published: Thursday, March 8, 2007:GRANTS PASS - A federal judge has stopped the Mount Hood National Forest, the most popular in Oregon, from offering an old growth timber sale until it shows it has followed its own rules to consider whether the logging would harm sensitive...
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BARK Field Trip to Proposed Clackamas River Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) Pipe Line CrossingBARK Hike Leader: Amy HarwoodMarch 9th, 2008 http://www.bark-out.org For more information on Oregon LNG please see:http://www.columbiariverkeeper.orgAs the world races to address the causes of global warming, Texas and New York based energy speculators are aiming to make Oregon the west coast's import site for massive new supplies of Liquefied Natural Gas. The projects would increase Oregon's import of gas...
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Apr 22, 2008
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On NEWSREAL, people -- not corporations -- make the news! Indymedia NewsReal is a monthly compilation of coverage from citizen journalists across the nation. NewsReal's goals are to embolden the global movement for social, environmental, and economic justice, strengthen non-corporate communication networks, and to encourage authentic participatory democracy, one community at a time. NewsReal is a monthly joint project of Free SpeechTV (http://www.freespeech.org) and the Independent Media Center...
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Apr 13, 2008 Indymedia NewsReal
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On NEWSREAL, people -- not corporations -- make the news! Indymedia NewsReal is a monthly compilation of coverage from citizen journalists across the nation. NewsReal's goals are to embolden the global movement for social, environmental, and economic justice, strengthen non-corporate communication networks, and to encourage authentic participatory democracy, one community at a time. NewsReal is a monthly joint project of Free SpeechTV (http://www.freespeech.org) and the Independent Media Center...
Topics: Iraq, military, ports, Wales, mines, coal, Arpaio, sheriff, war
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Mar 29, 2008 Indymedia Presents
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This week we devote the entire episode to Dr. Helen Caldicott, one of the founders of Physicians For Social Responsibility (PSR). In this piece, edited by PepperSpray's Patricia Boiko, Dr. Caldicott talks of the nuclear issues and the health of the earth from the perspective of a healer/physician. PepperSpray collective members kept her in the viewfinder during on-air radio interviews in Seattle and accompanied her to the Washington meeting of PSR where she was the keynote speaker. Physicians...
Topics: physicians, earth, nuclear, weapons, ecology
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Mar 29, 2008 Indymedia Presents
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Mad Cow Disease (BSE) is in the news again. The Humane Society released a video of suffering "down" cows being tortured into standing up long enough to be considered "walkers" and therefore safe to eat by current USDA standards. The video also shows the California slaughterhouse processing cows too weak to be tortured into standing. In response to the video, the USDA forced a recall of 143 million pounds of beef that was already in the food chain, much of it already consumed...
Topics: cows, BSE, downers, USDA
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This week we start off with a powerful piece, Smash ICE, by our newest PepperSpray Collective member, Tacoma Joe. 1) Smash ICE (Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement) It's protesters vs the cops at the Regional Immigration Detention Center in Tacoma, WA. You think the movement's dead? Think again! Heros are on the barricades, calling. This piece goes well beyond being just demonstration footage to bring shocking information about the scope of deportations, and the private company who...
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Mar 23, 2008 Indymedia Presents
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We start off with a powerful piece by our newest PepperSpray Collective member, Tacoma Joe. 1) Smash ICE (Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement) It's protesters vs the cops at the Regional Immigration Detention Center in Tacoma, WA. You think the movement's dead? Think again! Heros are on the barricades, calling. This piece goes well beyond being just demonstration footage to bring shocking information about the scope of deportations, and the private company who runs this facility (and...
Topics: immigration, ICE, US Ports, unions, Franklin Lopez, Aislinn Dewey
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Mar 15, 2008 Patricia Boiko
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The second of two episodes with Pepperspray/Indymedia producer Patricia Boiko covering this years Sundance/Slamdance film festivals. First Patricia interviews film maker Virginia Williams, whose documentary, " Front runner," played at Slamdance this year. The film looks at Dr. Massouda Jalal, the woman who ran for president of Afghanistan after the Taliban fell. You didn't know a woman ran for president of Afghanistan? That's why you watch "Indymedia Presents!"...
Topics: Slamdance, Afganistan, Kosovo, FRONTRUNNER
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Mar 15, 2008 Patricia Boiko
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The first of two episodes with Pepperspray/Indymedia producer Patricia Boiko covering this years Sundance/Slamdance film festivals. LIES and broadcasting the truth. Our first three films center on the lies we tell ourselves and each other. We end with the tools to broadcast the truth. Patricia Boiko caught up with filmmaker, Sam Kauffman, at the Slamdance Film Festival. His beautifully crafted and poignant film, Massacre at Murambi, is striking for it's simplicity in conveying the message of...
Topics: Rwanda, Darfur, Sundance, Slamdance, genocide, Darfur, Sundance, Slamdance, genocide
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Mar 10, 2008 Indymedia Newsreal
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On NEWSREAL, people -- not corporations -- make the news! NEWSREAL is a monthly compilation of coverage from citizen journalists (like you!) across the nation. NEWSREAL's goals are to embolden the global movement for social, environmental, and economic justice, strengthen non-corporate communication networks, and to encourage authentic participatory democracy, one community at a time. Each episode of NewsReal is aired on Free Speech TV every month: http://www.freespeech.org Please keep sending...
Topics: Salmon, dams, pesticides, Somalia, global warming, Indymedia, dams, pesticides, Somalia, global...
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Mar 1, 2008 Indymedia NewsReal
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Topics: pesticides, salmon, dams, Somalia, global warming
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"No More 16 Tons In America" Longshoremen's Union Hall in Tacoma, WA Congressman Dennis Kucinich announced he is withdrawing from the 2008 presidential race. While it is true that neither the PepperSpray Collective or "Indymedia Presents" endorses ANY candidate for ANY office, we have always liked Kucinich for raising the issues so clearly, and for his consistency. On the occasion of him withdrawing from the race, we reached back into our archives and dug out a speech he...
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Feb 19, 2008 Indymedia Presents
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2008 International Day of Action to Shut Down Guantanamo with Muslim Army Chaplain James Yee / Martin Luther King Assembly 2005 International Day to Action to Shut Down Guantanamo Downtown Seattle, Washington January 11th, 2008 Featured Speakers: Description of waterboarding read by Maggie Lawless of World Can't Wait (http://www.worldcantwait.net) Chaplain James Yee Former US Army Muslim chaplain who served at Guantanamo Bay...
Topic: Guantanamo Bay, James Yee, MLK, Iraq, peace, torture, war resisters, war
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Feb 13, 2008 Indymedia Presents
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Flashback to 2002: Is U.S. Big Media Still Brainwashing Us? In the last few years many Americans have come to believe that the war in Iraq is wrong. Fewer it would seem, have the same opinion about the war against Afganistan. Let's go back with US Representative Jim McDermott Indymedia Presents is available as an RSS feed at: Blip TV-- http://indymediapresents.blip.tv ... or download/subscribe to the Indymedia Presents podcast via Miro Player (free and open-source, because open media matters!)...
Topics: Iraq, Afganistan, big media, alternative media, war, war Afganistan, big media
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Voice of the Iraq Veteran #3 Harvey Tharp is a former US Navy Lt. who served in Kirkuk, Iraq from 2003 to 2004. He resigned from the Navy rather than go back. In this episode of "Voice of the Veteran" he explains what turned him around."Women Together As One" "As a filmmaker and sociologist, I work to uncover power relations reflected in discourses of race, gender, class, sexuality and notions of empire to stimulate critical and creative thinking, a sense of agency and...
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Jan 21, 2008 Indymedia Presents
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"Refusing to Kill" Payday sent us the video we use to start off the show this week. "Refusing to Kill" features seven Refuseniks from around the world speaking out against murder, rape & other torture. Payday is an international and multiracial network of men which works with the Global Women’s Strike. The range of participants in this project are impressive. http://www.refusingtokill.net "Buy Nothing Santa" from Franklin Lopez. Our hero Franklin Lopez is...
Topics: refuseniks, Iraq, war, torture
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Jan 19, 2008 Indymedia Presents
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This week's show is an eclectic mix. We start off with 2 music videos back to back from Vancouver's feisty film maker, Franklin Lopez. "Bush Don’t Like Black People" and "We're at war with ourselves." Franklin is one of our favorites, he is an award-winning filmmaker originally hailing from San Juan, Puerto Rico. His stuff is hilarious and politically barbed. You can view more of Frank's work on submedia.tv How to make an Electric Peace Sign, produced by PepperSpray's...
Topics: blacks, ballet, war dead, iraq, fcc
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Jan 19, 2008 Indymedia NewsReal
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On NEWSREAL, people -- not corporations -- make the news! NEWSREAL is a monthly compilation of coverage from citizen journalists (like you!) across the nation. NEWSREAL's goals are to embolden the global movement for social, environmental, and economic justice, strengthen non-corporate communication networks, and to encourage authentic participatory democracy, one community at a time. Strong voices of the people. Keep sending in your segment contributions! And spread the word! Submission...
Topics: immigrants, borders, mexico, iraq, war resisters
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Jan 9, 2008 Indymedia NewsReal
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On NEWSREAL, people -- not corporations -- make the news! NEWSREAL is a monthly compilation of coverage from citizen journalists (like you!) across the nation. NEWSREAL's goals are to embolden the global movement for social, environmental, and economic justice, strengthen non-corporate communication networks, and to encourage authentic participatory democracy, one community at a time. Strong voices of the people. Keep sending in your segment contributions! And spread the word! Submission...
Topics: Mexico Border, immigrants, capital punishment
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MAERSK picket line at Port of Tacoma This piece was done by our newest PepperSpray videographer, who is also in Students for Democratic Society (SDS) http://www.studentsforademocraticsociety.org Security guards at the Port of Tacoma have been fighting to bring in their preferred union, and get rid of the company union. This is like a throw-back to earlier days of labor struggles, created by a clause in the Homeland Security rules that mandate that the workers must be allowed to join a union. So...
Topics: MAERSK, unions, SDS, military, resistance, Iraq, war, WTO
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Dec 8, 2007 Indymedia Presents
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Voice of the Iraq Veteran #4 We start off this episode with the 4th in a little series we have been doing, "Voice of the Veteran." In this episode, we do a street interview at a demonstration with Evan Knappenberger, an Iraq vet who was in the US Army Infantry. He tells a story of GI resistance that occurred when he was in Iraq that perhaps begins to explain why US casualties are declining, even though the Iraqi people have not found a new love for their American occupiers. Courage To...
Topics: Oaxaca, Iraq, veterans, war, resistance
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Nov 27, 2007 Indymedia NewsReal
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On NEWSREAL, people -- not corporations -- make the news! NEWSREAL is a monthly compilation of coverage from citizen journalists (like you!) across the nation. NEWSREAL's goals are to embolden the global movement for social, environmental, and economic justice, strengthen non-corporate communication networks, and to encourage authentic participatory democracy, one community at a time. Strong voices of the people. Produce a NewsReal segment yourself! http://www.newsreal.indymedia.org...
Topics: Iraq, gays, immigrants, Chomsky
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Nov 27, 2007 Indymedia Presents
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Voice of the Iraq Veteran #2--Ryan Lockwood This is the second short in the Voice of the Veteran Series. Each of these episodes is a snippet from interviews PepperSpray did with vets during the 2006 Veterans For Peace national convention. In this one, Lockwood recounts what turned him around, as real-life experience changed him from somebody who thought killing would be cool to a veteran dedicated to ending the war. Save Cascade Gentrification seems to be a universal problem in America. This...
Topics: Iraq, veterans, gentrification
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Nov 14, 2007 Pepperspray Productions
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Federal Judge finds "merit" in Lt. Watada's claim against double jeopardy. No, it isn't the final victory for the brave Lt. that we are all hoping for, but in this video clip of Lt. Watada's lawyer, who was speaking at a Physicians For Social Responsibility event, we find out that Federal Judge Settle made a ruling that there was merit in Lt. Watada's claim. As the lawyer explains, this probably means that even if Watada has to appeal his double jeopardy argument to the 9th Circuit...
Topics: Pearl harbor, Iraq, Iran, Watada
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Nov 4, 2007 Indymedia NewsReal
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On NEWSREAL, people -- not corporations -- make the news! NEWSREAL is a monthly compilation of coverage from citizen journalists (like you!) across the nation. NEWSREAL's goals are to embolden the global movement for social, environmental, and economic justice, strengthen non-corporate communication networks, and to encourage authentic participatory democracy, one community at a time. Steev Hise, who puts the "Indymedia NewsReal" monthly program together is really pumping it with the...
Topics: Palestine,, Arab women, immigrants, Katrina
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Oct 30, 2007 Pepperspray Productions' "Indymedia Presents"
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From the website Voices for Creative Nonviolence http://www.vcnv.org "Kathy Kelly, 54, of Chicago, IL, is co-coordinator of Voices for Creative Nonviolence. She helped initiate Voices in the Wilderness, a campaign to end the UN/US sanctions against Iraq in 1996. For bringing "medicine and toys" to Iraq in open violation of the UN/US sanctions, she and other campaign members were notified of a proposed $163,000 penalty for the organization, threatened with 12 years in prison, and...
Topics: children, Iraq, Lebanon
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Oct 16, 2007 Indymedia NewReal
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On NEWSREAL, people -- not corporations -- make the news! NEWSREAL is a monthly compilation of coverage from citizen journalists (like you!) across the nation. NEWSREAL's goals are to embolden the global movement for social, environmental, and economic justice, strengthen non-corporate communication networks, and to encourage authentic participatory democracy, one community at a time. Segments included in this episode: We Take On Nuclear Power Still Producers: George and Maia Ballis...
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